Erin Boheme

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Erin Boheme is an American jazz singer.

Boheme was born in Oshkosh, Wisconsin and moved to Los Angeles in 2003 in pursuit of a music career. In 2004 she contacted Grammy award nominee Mike Melvoin, who asked her to begin working on his own records.[1] Soon after she signed to Concord Jazz, and released her debut album, What Love Is, in 2006. The album hit #17 on the U.S. Billboard Top Jazz Albums chart.[2][3]

Produced by Michael Bublé, Boheme's second album "What a Life" was released in 2013. Boheme has since relocated to Nashville, TN, where she continues her music career.

Boheme sang at the 58th Presidential inauguration, where she performed at the Liberty and Freedom Balls, singing for the first dance of President Donald Trump and the First Lady, his wife Melania. Boheme sang for the Vice-President and his wife's first dance.[4]


  1. ^ Erin Boheme at Allmusic
  2. ^ Billboard,
  3. ^ Entry: Webster's Timeline History 2004 - 2007 - Page 183 "Erin Boheme - News: April 9, 2006 — Headline: Vocalist Erin Boheme Already Conquering Jazz World at 19. Excerpt: It's still too early to know if singer Erin Boheme is going to be the next Ella Fitzgerald, but if her debut album is any indication,"
  4. ^ "Trump Inauguration Update: President-Elect Picks Frank Sinatra's 'My Way' For First Dance As President, Report Says". International Business Times. 2017-01-19. Retrieved 2017-01-19.